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Books in English

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  Translations from Russian into English

 

A Russian Looks at America. The Journey of Aleksandr Borisovich Lakier in 1857. Transl. from Russian and edited by A.Schrier and J.Story. Ch., the Univ. of Chicago Press, 1979, 272 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-226-46795-3....................... 15.95

A Short History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1977, 472 p.  (hc., jacket) no ISBN..................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

(Alexander I) Dziewanowski M.K. Alexander I: Russia's Mysterious Tsar. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1990, 389 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-87052-898-X............................................................................................................................................ 19.95

Allen C. The Human Christ. The Search for the Historical Jesus. NY, The Free Press, a division of Simon and Shuster Inc., 1998, 383 p., il.  (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-684-82725-5.................................................................................................. 26.00

Alliluyeva, Svetlana. Twenty Letters to a Friend. Transl. by P.Johnson McMillan. First edition. NY and Evanson,  Harper & Row Publ., 1967, 246 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN.......................................................................................................... 15.50

(Alliluyeva, Svetlana) Ebon M. Svetlana. The Story of Stalin's Daughter. The New American Library, Inc., 1967, 216 p., il. (hc) no ISBN.......................................................................................................................................................... 14.00

Antonov D.A. Liberty. (L.Trepper – The End). Chekhovgrad, 1985, 128 p. (pa) no ISBN............................................. 10.00

(Avinov, Marie) Chavchavadze P. Marie Avinov. Pilgrimage Through Hell. An Autobiography. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.J., 1968, 275 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN.................................................................................................... 8.00

Born into the aristocracy of Tsarist Russia, Marie Avinov was dramatically transformed by the Russian Revolution, the regime of Stalin, and the Second World War.

Bakunin, Mikhail. From out of the Dustbin. Bakunin's Basic Writings. 1869-1871. Translated and edited by R.M.Cutler. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1985, 248 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-646-0............................................................................................ .19.95

Barber N. Seven Days of Freedom. The Hungarian Uprising 1956. NY, Stein and Day Publ., Scarborough House, 1974, 266 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-8128-1730-3....................................................................................................................... 21.95.

Bauer R., Inkeles A., Kluckhohn C. How the Soviet System Works. Cultural, Psychological, & Social Themes. NY, Vintage Books, A Division of Random House, 1956, 324 p. In the series "Vintage Russian Library" (pa, small format) no ISBN.... 15.00

Bernstein L. Sonia's Daughters. Prostitutes and Their Regulation in Imperial Russia. Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1995, 344 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-520-08916-2.......................................................................... 30.00

(Blavatsky, Helen.) Meade M. Madame Blavatsky. The Woman Behind the Myth. NY, G.P.Putnam's Sons, 1980, 528 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-399-12376-8.......................................................................................................................... 19.95

Brandt, Willy. A Peace Policy for Europe. Transl. by J.Carmichael. NY, Chicago, SF, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969, 225 p. (hc., jacket)  SBN 03-073040-6..................................................................................................................................... 5.95

The book by Willy Brandt, Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister of Germany.

Brezhneva, Luba. The World I Left Behind. Pieces of a Past. NY, Random House, 1995, 392 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-679-43911-0.......................................................................................................................................................... 25.00

The memoirs of Luba Brezhneva, a niece of the man who ruled the Soviet Union for eighteen years – but who, in the end, could not protect her.

Brinton C. The Anatomy of Revolution. NY, Vintage Books, A Division of Random House, 1952, 308 p. (pa, small format) no ISBN...................................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Brzezinski Z. Power and Principle. Memoirs of the National Security Adviser 1977-1981. With a new foreword by the author. Revised edition. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1985, 587 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51877-7.......................................... 11.95

Carr E.H. The Bolshevik Revolution. In 8 vol. Vol. 1 (Only!). 1917-1923. Baltimore, Maryland, Penguin Books, 1969, 448 p. In the series "A History of Soviet Russia(pa, small format) no ISBN............................................................................ 20.00

(Catherine the Great.) Anthony K. Catherine the Great. Garden City – NY, Garden City Publ. Cº, 1927, 331 p., il. In the series "The Star" (hc) no ISBN................................................................................................................................ 25.00

(Catherine the Great.) Oldenbourg Z. Catherine the Great. A Biography of the Woman who Became Empress of all the Russias. NY, Pantheon Books, A Division of Random House, 1965, 387 p., il. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN ........................... 25.00

Citrine W., sir, K.B.E.  Search for Truth in Russia. NY, E.P.Dutton & Cº, 1937, 368 p., il. (hc) no ISBN................... 40.00

Cohen S.F., van den Heuvel K. Voices of Glasnost. Interviews with Gorbachev's Reformers. NY, London, W.W.Norton & Co, 1989, 339 p. (pa) ISBN 0-393-30735-2 ............................................................................................................ 12.95

Constitution and By-Laws of the Association of Former Russian Naval Officers in America. NY, 1942, 35 p.,  4,25 1x 5,75 in. (pa) no ISBN ................................................................................................................................. 20.00

Cooper, Alexander. Shura. A Hearthstone Book. NY, Carlton Press Inc., 1988, 64 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-8062-3009-6............................................................................................................................................................................... 10.00

Alexander Cooper's extraordinary Russian-American heritage is described in this autobiography and family chronicle. He and his family suffered during the Bolshevik Revolution and World War I, and young Mr. Cooper left his beloved Russia for exile, first in Japan and later in California, where he continued his education at the University of  California at Berkeley.

Crankshaw E. Russia and the Russians. An Objective Attempt to Understand Soviet Behavior in Terms of Russian History and Geography. NY, The Viking Press, 1949, 223 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN........................................................................ 15.00

Daniels R.V. Russia. The Modern Nations in Historical Perspective. A Spectrum Book. NJ, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1964, 152 p. (pa) no ISBN ............................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Davydoff A. Russian Sketches. Memoirs. Transl from Russian by O.Davydoff-Dax. NJ, Hermitage, 1984, 304 p., il. (pa) ISBN 1-938920-56-1....................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Alexander Davydoff (1881, Tambov – 1955, NY) was a great-grandson of two Decembrists, Vassili Davydoff and Prince Serge Trubetskoy.

Doder D. Shadows and Whispers. Power Politics Inside the Kremlin from Brezhnev to Gorbachev. NY, Random House, 1986, 339 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-394-54998-8............................................................................................................ 19.95

The author, Dusko Doder, was a former Bureau Chief of the Washington Post.

Dolgun, Alexander with Patrick Watson. Alexander Dolgun's Story. An American in the Gulag. NY, Alfred A. Knopf, 1975, 370 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-394-49497-0................................................................................................................. 17.00

(Dubcek, Alexander) Hope Dies Last. The Autobiography of the Leader of the Prague Spring Alexander Dubcek. NY, Tokyo, London, Kodansha Intl., 1993, 354 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN  1-56836-000-2.................................................... 15.00

(Dubcek, Alexander) Hope Dies Last. The Autobiography of the Leader of the Prague Spring Alexander Dubcek. NY, Tokyo, London, Kodansha Intl., 1993, 354 p., il. (pa) ISBN  1-56836-000-2................................................................ 15.00

Education of a Princess. A Memoir by Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia. Transl. from the French & Russian under the editorial supervision of Lord R. NY, The Viking Press, MCMXXXI, 388 p., il. (hc) no ISBN.............................................. 15.00

Eliason L.R. Perestroika of the Russian Soul. Religious Renaissance in the Soviet Union. Jefferson, NC, and London, McFarland & Co, Inc., 1991, 150 p. (hc) ISBN 0-89950-582-1................................................................................... 21.95

Ethridge W.S. Russian Duet. The Story of a Journey. NY, Simon & Schuster, 1959, 314 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN...... 4.00

The book includes chapters The Batory, The Baltika, Leningrad, Moscow, Odessa, Yalta, Sochi, The Don-Volga Canal, Stalingrad, Moscow Revisited.

Fernándes-Armesto F. A History of the Last Thousand Years. NY, Charles Scribner's Sons, Simon & Shuster Inc., 1995, 816 p, il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-684-80361-5 .................................................................................................................. 25.00

Fifty Years of Communism in Russia. Edited with an introduction by M.M.Drachkovitch. Pennsylvania State Univ., 1968, 316 p. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN................................................................................................................................... 20.00

Frantsov G.P. Philosophy and Sociology. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1975, 430 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN............. 10.00

Gorbachev, Mikhail. A Time for Peace. Transl. from Russian.  NY, Richardson & Steirman, 1985, 298 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-931922-08-0............................................................................................................................................. 15.95

The only edition of this book; no further reprints.

(Gorbachev, Mikhail) Doder D., Branson L. Gorbachev. Heretic in the Kremlin. NY, Viking Penguin, 1990, 450 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-670-82472-0.................................................................................................................................. 24.00

Gross D.C. How to be Jewish. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1991, 198 p. (pa) ISBN  0-87052-069-5................................ 8.00

Jasienica P. The Commonwealth of Both Nations: The Silver Age. Poland and Lithuania. Transl. by A.Jordan. Miami, The American Institure Of Polish Culture; NY, Hippocrene Books, 1987, 338 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-87052-394-5.......... 22.50

Karahasan D. Sarajevo, Exodus of a City. Afterword. and transl. from the Serbo-Croatian-Bosnian by S.Drakulić. NY, Kodansha Intl., 1994, 123 p. (pa) ISBN  1-56836-057-6........................................................................................................... 10.00

Khisamutdinov A. The Russian Far East. Historical Essays. Honolulu, Univ. of Hawaii, 1991, 177 p., il. no ISBN...... 15.00

(Khrushchev, Nikita) Crankshaw E. Khrushchev. A Career. NY, The Viking Press, 1976, 311 p., il. (pa) ISBN 670-00330-1................................................................................................................................................................. 10.00

(Khrushchev, Nikita) Frankland M. Khrushchev. NY, Stein & Day Publ., 1972, 213 p. (pa) no ISBN.................... 3.00

Kuznetsov E. Prizon Diaries. Transl. from Russian. Stein and Day Publ./Scarborough House, 1975, 254 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-8128-1810-5....................................................................................................................................................... 8.95

Losev, Aleksey, Takho-Godi A. Plato. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1990, 189 p. In the series "Man Through the Ages" (pa) ISBN 5-01-001986-8.......................................................................................................... 9.00

Massie R. & S. Journey. NY, A.Knopf, 1975, 363 p., il. (hc., jacket) no ISBN .......................................................... 12.00

Mikeshin N.P. History Versus Anti-History. A Critique of the Bourgeois Falsification of the Postwar History of the CPSU. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1977, 197 p. In the series "Theories and Critical Studies"  (hc., jacket) no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 4.20

Modin, Yuri. My Five Cambridge Friends. Burges, Maclean, Philby, Blunt, and Cairncross by their KGB Controller. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux. First American edition, 1994,  282 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-21698-3......................................... 40.00

Much has been written about the notorious British spies, collectively known as the Cambridge Five – but never before from the Soviet side of the events. In this enthralling account, Yuri Modin, their KGB controller, protector, confidant, and a link to Moscow, offers a unique insight into the true characters and intrigues of the legendary five.

(Napoleon) Austin P.B. 1812. Napoleon in Moscow. London, Greenhill Books; Pennsylvania, Stackpole Books, 1995, 264 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 185367-195-9....................................................................................................................... 00.00

Pares B., sir. Russia Between Reform and Revolution. Fundamentals of Russian History and Character. NY, Schocken Books, 1962, 425 p. no ISBN............................................................................................................................................. 00.00

Password "Victory". Recollections. Stories. Reports. In two vol. Transl. from Russian.  Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1985, 419 p. + 487 p., il. In the series "The 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War"  (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-05-000021-1, 5-05-000021-7, 5-05-000019-X. The price for two vol. .............................................................................................................................. 19.50

Stories and recollections by A.Tolstoy, V.Bogomolov, V.Zakrutkin, K.Rokossovsky, I.Konev, Y.Rzhevshaya, R.Karmen, G.Baklanov and others.

Pogonovski I. Jews in Poland. A Documentary History. The Rise of Jews as a Nation from CONGRESSUS JUDAICUS in Poland to the KNESSET in Israel. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1993, 402 p., 9 x 11.5 in (hc., jacket) ................................... 22.50

Pronin D. Europe in Flames. The Horrible Years 1939-1945. NY, William-Frederick Press, 1978, 200 p., 
(hc., jacket) no ISBN.............................................................................................................................................. 7.50

Przybyszewska S. A Life of Solitude. A Biographical Study with Selected Letters. Northwestern Univ. Press, 1989, 247 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8101-0808-9............................................................................................................................................. 15.00

(Queen Victoria) Eilers M.A. Queen Victoria's Descendants. NY, Atlantic Int. Publ., 1987, 246 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-938311-04-2.......................................................................................................................................................... 39.95

Reconsiderations on the Russian Revolution. Edited by C.Elwood. Cambridge, Slavica Publ., 1976, 278 p. (pa) ISBN 0-89357-035-4....................................................................................................................................................... 12.00

Reimer J. Operation Soviet Union: How to Pray for the 160 People Groups in the USSR. Information. Background. Opportunities. US – Canada, Logos Biblical Training by Extention and Gospel Literature Intl., 1990, 185 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-8307-1471-5................................................................................................................................................................... 10.00

Removsky, Semen. 29 Years Among Prisoners. Transl. from Hebrew version "I, Lova Jid". With photos, 288 p. (pa) no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 10.00

Born of Russian Jewish parents in Paris, Lova Leon Rouell survived labor camp on the Soloviki Islands.

Revolutionary Voices. Ukrainian Political Prisoners Condemn Russian Colonialism. Munich, Press Bureau of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc on Nations (ABN), 1971, 269 p., il. (pa) no ISBN................................................................................. 15.00

Russia According to Women. Literary Anthology. Compiled and with a preface by prof. M.Ledkovsky. Transl. from Russian. Tenafly, 1991, 175 p., il. (pa) ISBN 1-55779-023-X.................................................................................................. 9.50

Russia's Great Reforms, 1855-1881. Edited by B.Eklof, J.Bushnell, and L.Zakharova. Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana Univ. Press, 1994, 297 p. (pa) ISBN 0-253-20861-0...................................................................................... 17.95

Rybakov, Boris. Kievan Rus. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1989, 386 p., il.  In the series "Man Through the Ages". (pa) ISBN 5-01-001154-9......................................................................................................... 7.95

Shevchenko, Arkadiy. Breaking with Moscow. NY, Alfred A.Knopf, 1985, 378 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-394-52055-6. 15.00

Arkadiy Shevchenko, the highest-ranking Soviet official ever to defect (at the time he was Under Secretary General of the United Nations) tells an extraordinary story of the inner workings at the Kremlin, of his own conflicted life as a diplomat, and of the frightening world of espionage into which he was drawn.

Shipler D.K. Russia. Broken Idols, Solemn Dreams. A Provocative Look at the Russian People. NY, Penguin Books, 1984, 404 p. ISBN 0-1400-7408-2................................................................................................................................... 7.95

David K.Shipler has been with the New York Times since 1966. He was a correspondent in Saigon, then in 1975 went to Moscow, where he served as a Bureau Chief from 1977 to 1979.

Shoumatoff A. Russian Blood. A Family Chronicle. NY, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1982, 352 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-69811139-7........................................................................................................................................................ 17.95

Shulgin V.V. The Years. Memoirs of a Member of the Russian Duma, 1906-1917. Transl by T.Davis. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1991, 302 p. (pa) ISBN 0-87052-928-5................................................................................................................... 11.95

The Great October Socialist Revolution. The History. Transl. from Russian.  Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1977, 567 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN.............................................................................................................................................. 6.85

The Great Patriotic War. 1941-1945. A Photograph Album. Moscow, Planeta Publishers, 1985, 390 p., il. (hc., enlarged format, enamel-paper) no ISBN................................................................................................................................ 25.00

The Real Poland. An Anthology of National Self-Perception. Edited by A.Bloch. NY, Continuum, 1982, 201 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-8264-0060-4............................................................................................................................................. 14.95

The book presents aspects of Polish history, political theorists, social critics, and works by H.Sienkiewicz, A.Mickiewicz, A.Strug, S.Zeromski, M.Kuncewiczowa, E.Orzeszkowa, J.Wittlin, S.Mrozek, W.Reymont, Karol Woijtyla (Pope John Paul II).

(The Romanovs.) Massie R.K. Nicholas and Alexandra. An Intimate Account of the Last of the Romanovs and the Fall of Imperial Russia. NY, Atheneum, 1967, 613 p., il. (hc., jacket) )  no ISBN.................................................................... 15.00

(The Romanovs.) Massie R.K. Nicholas and Alexandra. NY, Dell Publ., 1971, 601 p., il (pa) no ISBN................... 20.00

Vardy N. Tell Me, Grandma. Life and Survival under Hitler and Stalin and the Aftermath. NY, Vantage Press, 1999, 205 p. (pa) ISBN 0-533-12980-X............................................................................................................................................ 15.95

Vaulin R. The Regiment of Kitezh. Second edition. Niva University Press, 1979, 131 p., il (pa) no ISBN...................... 15.00

Vetokhin, Yuri. Inclined to Escape. USA, 1986, 493 p., il. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN..................................................... 21.95

The author describes inconceivable tortures, endured by political prisoners in the Soviet psychiatric prisons which are located in the proximity of tourist resorts.

Vronskaya, Jane. The Americans. Transl. from the Russian by B.Elliott. London, Chagano Books, 1984, 195 p.,
4.7 x 6.5 in.
(pa) ISBN 0-9509356-0-3.................................................................................................................... 6.00

Walicki A. A History of Russian Thought. From the Enlightenment to Marxism. Stanford, Stanford Unev. Press, 1979, 456 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8047-1132-1............................................................................................................................................. 15.00

Watt R.M. Bitter Glory. Poland and its Fate. 1918-1939. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1991, 302 p. (pa) ISBN 0-7818-0673-9............................................................................................................................................................................... 16.95

Wilcox R.K. Shroud. NY, Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., London, Collier  Macmillan Publishers, 180 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-02-628510-X...................................................................................................................................................... 20.00

Is the shroud of Turin (a linen cloth reputed to be the garment Jesus was buried in) a medieval hoax, an occult phenomenon, or a proof of Jesus' resurrection? To answer this question, Robert K.Wilcox travelled halfway around the world interviewing sindonologists and sindonophiles (sindon is the Greek for shroud), as well as shroud quacks, and consulting specialists in the half-dozen sciences touching upon the shroud.

Wistrich R. Anti-Semitism in Europe Since the Holocaust. NY, American Jewish Committee, Institute of Human Relations, 1993, 21 p. (pa) no ISBN........................................................................................................................................ 3.95

Witnesses to the Russian Revolution. Edited by R.Pethybridge. NY, The Citadel Press, 1967, 308 p., il. no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 20.00

Employing a technique similar to a documentary film, the editor of this book reconstructed major events of the Russian Revolution. He assembled accounts culled from the diaries and memoirs of men from various walks of life and political frames of mind.

Wykes A. The Siege of Leningrad: Epic of Survival. Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II. Battle book № 5. NY, Ballantine Books Inc., 1968, 160 p., il (pa) no ISBN.................................................................................................. 25.00

Yanov, Alexander. Weimar Russia. And What We Can Do About It. NY, Slovo-Word Publ. House, 424 p. (pa) no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 18.95

Exiled from  Russia in 1974, Alexander Yanov made a distinguished academic career in the USA (in a field that did not even exist in his time in Moscow), published seven books translated in Europe, in Japan and later in Russia itself. Twenty years after his exile he was chosen by his radical-democratic readers in Moscow as a Prime Minister of their shadow government. Yanov retired in New York as Professor of Political Science at CUNY.

Yost Ch. W. History and Memory. A Statesman's Perceptions of the Twentieth Century. NY, London, W.W.Norton & Co, 1980, 352 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-393-01408-8 ........................................................................................................... 14.95

 

Literary Criticism

A History of Russian Literature. 11th – 17th Centuries. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1989, 606 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-00175-7.................................................................................................................................... 20.00

Akhmatova, Anna. My Half Century. Selected Prose. Edited by Ronald Meyer. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1992, 439 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-87501-063-6............................................................................................................ 39.95

(Akhmatova, Anna) Reeder R. Anna Akhmatova. Poet and Prophet. NY, Picador USA, 1994, 619 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-312-13429-0................................................................................................................................................................. 19.00

The first major biography of Anna Akhmatova.

(Annenkov P.V.) The Extraordinary Decade. Literary Memoirs by  P.V.Annenkov. Edited by A.P.Mendel. Ann Arbor, The Univ. of Michigan Press, 1968, 281 p. (hc) no ISBN .................................................................................................. 14.00

(Blok, Alexander) Chukovsky K. Alexander Blok As Man and Poet. Translated and Edited by Diana Burgin & Katherine O'Connor. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1982, 156 p. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-486-47........................................ 10.00

(Bulgakov, Mikhail) Mikhail Bulgakov and His Times. Memoirs, Letters. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1990, 299 p., il. (pa) ISBN 5-01-001974-4...................................................................................................................................... 13.00

(Chekhov, Anton) Anton Chekhov and His Times. Reminiscences and Letters. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1990, 360 p., il. In the series "Memoirs and Biographies". (pa) ISBN 5-01-001974-4............................................................ 11.00

Čiževskij D. History of Russian Literature. From the Eleventh Century to the End of the Baroque. With 34 plates.
'S-Gravenhage, Mouton & Cº, 1960, 451 p., il.
(hc., jacket)  no ISBN ......................................................................... 40.00

Chukovskaya, Lidiya. To the Memory of Childhood. Evanstone, Northwestern Univ. Press, 1988, 168 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-8101-0790-2.......................................................................................................................................................... 11.00

Dostoyevsky, F. Complete Letters. Vol. 5. 1878-1881. Edited and translated by D.Lowe. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1991, 335 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-8823-544-8................................................................................................................................... 35.00

Gibson A. Russian Poetry and Criticism in Paris from 1920 to 1940. Russian Emigré Literature in the Twentieth Century. Studies & Texts. The Hague, Leuxenhoff Publ., 1990, 198 p. (hc) ISBN 90-72922-018................................................ 50.00

(Gogol, Nikolai) Zeldin J. Nikolai Gogol's Quest for Beauty. An Exploration into His Works. Lawrence, The Regents Press of Kansas, 1978, 244 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-7006-0173-2.......................................................................................... 20.00

Griffiths F., Rabinovitz S.J. Novel Epics. Gogol, Dostoevsky, and National Narrative. Evanston, Northwestern Univ. Press, 1990, 184 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8101-0901-8................................................................................................................... 10.00

Gudzy, Nikolai K. History of Early Russian Literature. Translated from the second Russian edition by S.W.Jones. Introduction by Gleb Struve, Professor of Russian, Univ. of CA, Berkley. NY, The Macmillan Cº, 1949, 545 p. (hc) no ISBN ............. 30.00

Introduction to Modern Polish Literature. An Anthology of Fiction and Poetry. Edited by A.Gillon and L.Krzyzanowski. Second edition with a New Poetry Section edited by A.Gillon and K.Olszer. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1982, 513 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-88254-516-5.......................................................................................................................................................... 12.95

Kiparsky, Valentin. Russian Historical Grammar. V.1. The Development of the Sound System. Transl. by J.I.Press. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1979, 186 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8823-439-4............................................................................................................ 15.00

Lauridsen I.Th. & Dalgard P. The Beat Generation and the Russian New Wave. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1990, 156 p., il.  (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-87501-034-2................................................................................................................................. 23.50

Lavrin J. Russian Writers – Their Lives and Literature. NY, D.Van Nostrand Cº, Inc., 1954, 363 p., il. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 20.00

Mandelshtam, Osip. Critical Prose and Letters. Transl. from Russian.  Edited by J.G.Harris. Transl. by J.G.Harris and C.Link. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1949, 725 p., il. In the series "Prose of the Russian poets". (pa) ISBN 0-88233-164-7...................... 19.95

(Mayakovsky, Vladimir) Charters A. and S.  I Love. The History of Vladimir Mayakovsky and Lili Brik. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979, 398 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-374-17406-7............................................................................................. 17.50

(Mayakovsky, Vladimir) Charters, A. & S. I Love. The Story of Vladimir Mayakovsky and Lili Brik. First  printing. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979, 398 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-17406-7........................................................... 30.00

Mersereau J., jr. Russian Romatic Fiction. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1983, 336 p., il. (pa) no ISBN .................................... 10.00

A full length history of Russian romantic prose fiction.

Milosz, Cz. Beginning With My Streets. Essays and Recollections. Transl. from Polish. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1992, 398 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-11010-7................................................................................................................. 30.00

Milosz, Cz. A Year of the Hunter. Transl. from Polish. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1991, 288 p. (pa) , ............................................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Milosz, Cz. Visions From San Francisco Bay. Essays. Transl. from Polish. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1982, 294 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-5-444-0.............................................................................................................................................. 14.95

(Nabokov, Vladimir.) Johnson,  Barton D. Worlds in Regression: Some Novels of Vladimir Nabokov. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1985, 223 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-909-5............................................................................................................... 7.50

Pasternak, Boris. Selected Writings and Letters. Transl. from Russian. Progress Publishers, 1990, 439 p., il., In the series "The Library of Russian and Soviet Journalism" (pa) ISBN 5-01-001975-2................................................................. 11.00

(Pasternak, Boris) Ruge G. Pasternak. A Pictoral Biography. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 143 p., il. no ISBN....... 6.90

Russian Prose. Edited by B.Eikhenbaum and Yu.Tynyanov. Transl. and edited by R.Parrott. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1985, 201 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8823-899-4........................................................................................................................................ 15.00

(Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr) Burg D., Feifer G. Solzhenitsyn. A biography. NY, Stein & Day Publ., 1973, 369 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-8128-1582-3............................................................................................................................................. 15.00

The Noise of Change: Russian Literature and the Critics (1891-1917).  Edited and Translated from Russian by S.Rabinowitz. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1986, 247 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-88233-525-1........................................................ 19.50

Tolstoy, Leo. A Signature on a Portrait. Highlights of Tolstoy's Thought. Presented by M.Levin. NY-Yasnaya Polyana-Moscow, The Levin Press, 1993, 137 p., il. ISBN 0-962-84762-1............................................................................................ 10.00

(Tolstoy, Leo.) Lehrman E. A Guide to the Russian Texts of Tolstoi's "War and Peace". Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1980, 226 p., (pa) ISBN 0-88233-441-7............................................................................................................................................. 10.00

With the author's insciption on the fly-leaf to Prof. Gleb Struve.

 

Poetry

Akhmatova, Anna. Selected poems. Edited and translated by W.Arndt, with Requiem transl. by R.Kemball, and A Poem Without a Hero transl. by C.R.Proffer. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1985, 182 p. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-180-9.............................. 16.00

Kushner, Aleksandr. Apollo in the Snow. Selected Poems. Transl. from Russian.  With an introduction by Joseph Brodsky. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1991, 99 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-52321-5........................................................................ 10.00

Polish Poetry of the Last Two Decades of Communist Rule. Spoiling Cannibal's Fun. Transl. from Polish. Northwestern Univ. Press, 1991, 196 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-8101-0982-4............................................................................ 12.00

Pushkin A. Collected Narrative and Lyrical Poetry. Edited and translated by W.Arndt. Ardis Publ., 1984, 472 p. (pa) ISBN 0- 88233-826-9.......................................................................................................................................................... 25.00

Ratushinskaya, Irina. Beyond the Limit. Poems. Transl. from Russian. A dual language book.  Northwestern Univ. Press, 1987, 121 p. (pa) ISBN 0- 8101-0749-X.................................................................................................................. 11.00

Svetlov, Mikhail. Selected poems. Transl. from Russian. A dual language book. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1983, 191 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN..................................................................................................................................................... 9.25

The Song of Prince Igor. Russia's Great Medieval Epic. Transl. from Russian. Oregon, Vernyhora Press, 70 p. (pa) no ISBN...................................................................................................................................................................... 7.50

Voznesensky, Andrei. An Arrow in the Wall. Selected Poetry and Prose. A dual language book. NY, An Owl Book, Henry Holt & Co, 1993, 344 p. (pa) ISBN 0-805-0784-9..................................................................................................... 10.95

Yevtushenko, Yevgeniy. Almost at the End. Selected Poems. Transl. from Russian. First edition. NY, H.Holt & Co, 1987, 147 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-8050-0148-4................................................................................................................ 15.95

 

Fiction

Aitmatov, Chingiz. Tales of the Mountains and Steppes. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1973, 280 p. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN............................................................................................................................................. 7.95

This book includes novels "Jamila", "Duishen", "Farewell, Gyulsary!".

Aitmatov, Chingiz. The Cranes Fly Early. A Short Novel. Transl. from Russian.  Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1983, 91 p., il. (pa) no ISBN................................................................................................................................................................ 4.95

Aksyonov, Vassiliy. Say Cheese! (Translation of: "Skazhi izium") Transl. from the Russian by A.W.Bouis. NY, Random House, 1989, 465 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-394-54363-7............................................................................................ 19.95

Aksyonov, Vassiliy. The Burn. A Novel in Three Books (Late Sixties – Early Seventies). Transl. from the Russian by M.Glenny. NY, Random House, Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1984, 528 p.(hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-394-52492-6.................... 20.00

Aleshkovsky, Yuri. Kangaroo. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986, 278 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-18068-7........ 17.95

Aleshkovsky, Yuri. The Hand or The Confession of an Executioner. A novel with an introduction by Joseph Brodsky. The first edition. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1990, 261 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-16770-2.............................................. 11.50

An Anthology of Russian Literature in the Soviet Period from Gorki to Pasternak. Edited and translated by B.G.Guerney. NY, Vintage Books, 1960, 452 p., (pa, small format) ISBN 394-70717-6 .............................................. 35.00

An Anthology of Russian Neo-Realism: The "Znanie" School of Maxim Gorky. By N. Luker (ed. & trans.) Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1982, 283 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-421-2............................................................................................ 7.50

Anthology of Russian Short Stories. From Classical to Modern. Vol. 2 (Only!). Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1985, 498 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-05-000009-2, ISBN 5-05-000011-4.................................................. 13.95

Anthology of Soviet Short Stories. In Two Volumes. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1976, 462 p. + 425 p. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN. The price for two vol. .................................................................................................... 20.00

This book includes short stories by Yu.Olesha, I.Babel, M.Zoshchenko, F.Iskander, V.Grossman, V.Bogomolov, Ch.Aitmatov, V.Astafiev, F.Abramov, A.Grin, Yu.Trifonov, V.Konetsky, V.Shukshin, V.Aksyonov, Yu.Kazakov, A.Platonov, K.Paustovsky, M.Roshchin, S.Nikitin, M.Bulgakov, R.Ibragimbekov.

Astafiev, Victor. To Live Your Life and Other Stories. Transl. from Russian.  Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1989, 267 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-05-002433-1............................................................................................................................................. 9.50

Aubin de Teran L., St. The Palace. A Novel. HarperCollins Publ., ECCO Press, 2000, 263 p. (pa) ISBN 0-06-095653-4............................................................................................................................................................................... 13.00

Bitov, Andrei. A Captive of the Caucasus. Transl. by S.Brownsberger. First edition. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1992, 323 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-11883-3...................................................................................................................... 23.00

Bitov, Andrei. The Monkey Link. Transl. by S.Brownsberger. First edition. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1995, 373 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-10578-2................................................................................................................................. 30.00

A novel in three acts, a comedy of ideas.

Bogomolov, Vladimir. The Moment of Truth. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1982, 551 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-05-001664-9....................................................................................................................................................... 12.50

Bondarev, Yuri. The Hot Snow. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1976, 399 p. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 5.20

Bulgakov, Mikhail. The Master and Margarita. Transl. from Russian. A Novel. NY and Evanson,  Harper & Row Publ., 1967, 394 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN.................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Bulgakov, Mikhail. The Heart of a Dog and Other Stories. Transl. by K.Cook-Horujy and A.Pyman. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1990, 311 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-002801-9................................................................................................... 14.00

 The collection includes "Notes Off the Cuff", "Diaboliada", "The Fateful Eggs", "The Heart of a Dog".

Chekhov, Anton. Five Great Short Stories. Transl. from Russian. Unabridged. NY, Dover Publ., 1990, 94 p. /Dover Thrift Editions/  (pa) ISBN 0-486-26463-7........................................................................................................................ 1.00

The collection includes "The Black Monk", "The House with the Mezzanine", "The Peasants", "Goosebberries" and "The Lady with the Toy Dog".

Chekhov, Anton. The Cherry Orchard. Transl. from Russian. Unabridged. NY, Dover Publ., 1991, 49 p. /Dover Thrift Editions/  (pa) ISBN 0-486-26682-6...................................................................................................................................... 1.00

Chekhov, Anton. The Steppe. Transl. from Russian. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1987, 103 p. /Continental Classics/ /  (pa, small format) ISBN 0-87052-488-7.................................................................................................................................. 5.95

Chernyshevsky, Nikolai.  N. What Is to Be Done? A Novel. Transl. from Russian.  Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1986, 462 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-87501-017-2............................................................................................................................................. 12.95
Chukovskaya, Lidiya.
Sofia Petrovna. Evanston, Northwestern Univ. Press, 1967, 120 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8101-0794-5. 5.00

Conrad, James. Heart of Darkness. Unabridged. NY, Dover Publ., 1990, 72 p. /Dover Thrift Editions/  (pa) ISBN 0-486-26464-5................................................................................................................................................................. 1.00

Contemporary Russian Prose. Transl. from Russian. Edited by  C. R. & E. Proffer. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 370 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-88233-806-4.......................................................................................................................................................... 11.95

The collection includes "The Steel Bird" by V.Aksenov, "Snowball Berry Red"  by V.Shukshin, "A School for Fools" by S.Sokolov, "The Exchange" by Yu.Trifonov, "Life in Windy Weather" by A.Bitov, "Belshazzar's Feasts" by F.Iskander, "Downstream" by V.Rasputin.

Cores L. The Year of December. A Novel. NY, St. Louis, SF, Düsseldorf, Mexico, 1974, 406 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-07-013128-7............................................................................................................................................................... 20.00

Gladkov, Fyodor. Cement. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1985, 406 p. In the series "Working Class in Soviet Literature". (pa, small format)  no ISBN....................................................................................................... 7.00

Glasnost. An Anthology of Russian Literature under Gorbachev. Transl. from Russian. Edited by H.Goscilo & B.Lindsey. Ann Arbor, Ardis, ISBN 0-87501-070-9.......................................................................................................................... 39.95

The anthology includes short stories by L.Petrushevskaya, F.Iskander, M.Kuraev, T.Tolstaya, V.Makanin, N.Shmelyov, V.Popov, V.Erofeyev, A.Golovin.

Gogol, Nikolai. Dead Souls. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1987, 421 p. In the series "Russian Classics" (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-00128-1.................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Gogol, Nikolai. The Overcoat and Other Short Stories. Transl. from Russian. Unabridged. NY, Dover Publ., 1992, 103 p. /Dover Thrift Editions/  (pa) ISBN 0-486-27057-2................................................................................................................ 1.00

The collection includes "Old-Fashioned Farmers", "The Tale of How Ivan Ivanovich Quarrelled with Ivan Nikiforovich", "The Nose" and "The Overcoat".

Dissonant Voices in Soviet Literature. Post-Revolutionary Russian Writing. Transl. from Russian. NY and Evanson,  Harper & Row Publ., 1964, 308 p. (pa) no ISBN........................................................................................................ 5.00

A selection of stories, essays and poems by B.Pasternak, E.Zamyatin, V.Shklovsky, S.Esenin, I.Babel, B.Pilnyak, M.Zoshchenko, L.Kassil, Yu.Kazakov, I.Ehrenburg, E.Evtushenko, N.Arzhak and others.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Poor Folk. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1982, 143 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-88233-755-6............................................................................................................................................................................... 4.50

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Selected Works. My Uncle's Dream. Stepanchikovo and Its Inhabitants. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1989, 368 p., 5 x 7 in. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-001668-1, 5-05-00244-4............................... 14.00

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1990, 351 p. /Russian Classics/ (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-02-002809-4............................................................................................................................................. 13.00

The collection includes "Poor People", "White Nights", "A Faint Heart", "A Most Unfortunate Incident", "The Meek One", "The Dream of a Ridiculous Man".

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. The Brothers Karamazov. Transl. from Russian. A Novel in Four Parts with Epilogue. The new translation by R.Pevear and L.Volokhonsky. SF, North Point Press, 1990, 796 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-86547-422-2..... 29.95

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. The Karamazov Brothers.  A Novel in Four Parts with Epilogue. In two vol. Vol. 2 (only). Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1980, 680 p., il. (hc., jacket) no ISBN........................................................... 10.00

Dostoyevsky , Fyodor. The Double. Two Versions. Transl.by E.Harden. First English translation of the original versionAnn Arbor, Ardis, 1982, 304 p. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-597-9................................................................................................ 6.50

Translated from the original 1846 version of "Dvoinik" and a later revision.

Dovlatov, Sergei. The Invisible Book (Epilogue). Transl. from Russian.  Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1979, 134 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-88233-285-6.......................................................................................................................................................... 8.50

Dreifuss J. Catherine and Potemkin. An Imperial Romance. NY, Covici, Friede Publ., 1937, 343 p., il. (hc., large print, jacket) no ISBN................................................................................................................................................................ 50.00.

Erofeyev, Victor. Russian Beauty. Trans. by A. Reynolds. First American edition. NY, published by Penguin Group, Vicing, 1993, 343 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-670-83606-0........................................................................................................ 22.00

Gladilin, Anatoly. Moscow Racetrack. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1992, 216 p. /Ardis Russian Literature Series/ (pa)  ISBN 0-679-74261-1.......................................................................................................................... 15.00

Gogol, Nikolai. Arabesques. Transl. by A.Tulloch. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1982, 262 p. (hc) ISBN 0-88233-1435-2.......... 22.50

Ivanov, Vsevolod. Selected Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1983, 398 p. In the series "Russian and Soviet Story" (pa., small format) no ISBN................................................................................................................. 5.00

Joyce, James. Dubliners. Unabridged. NY, Dover Publ., 1991, 152 p. /Dover Thrift Editions/  (pa) ISBN 0-486-26870-5    2.00

Khlebnikov, Velimir. Collected Works. Prose, Plays, and Supersagas. Vol. II. Transl. from Russian. Harvard Univ. Press, 1989, 403 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-674-14046-X....................................................................................................... 15.00

Lavrenyov, Boris. The Forty First and Other Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1990, 192 p. (pa) ISBN 5-05-002812-4.......................................................................................................................................................   5.90

Lermontov, Mikhail. A Hero of Our Time. A Novel. Transl. by V.Nabokov in collaboration with D.Nabokov. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1988, 210 p. (pa, 4 x 7 in) ISBN 0-87501-049-0....................................................................................................... 15.00

Lermontov, Mikhail. A Hero of Our Time. A Novel. Transl. from Russian by I.Kiselevskaya. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1985, 175 p., il.  /Russian Classic Series/ (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-000016-5............................................................................. 11.00

Limonov, Eduard. It's Me, Eddie. A Fictional Memoir. Transl. from Russian. NY, Grove Press, 1983, 265 p. (pa) ISBN 0-802-13007-0.................................................................................................................................................................   7.95

Makanin, Vladimir. Escape Hatch. The Long Road Ahead. Two novellas. Transl. from Russian. CA, Ardis Publ., 1996, 193 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-87501-110-1........................................................................................................................... 26.00

Mamin-Sibiryak, Dmitriy. The Privalov Fortune. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Foreign Lang. Publ. House, 474 p. (hc., jacket) no ISBN.............................................................................................................................................. 10.00

Manea N. Compulsory Happiness. Four Novellas. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1993,  259 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-12785-9................................................................................................................................................................. 22.00

Merejkovski, Dmitriy. The  Romance of Leonardo da Vinci. Transl. from Russian. NY, Random House, 1931, 574 p., il. (hc.) no ISBN................................................................................................................................................................ 12.00

Milosz, Cz. The Issa Valley. A Novel. Transl. from Polish. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1991, 288 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51695-2............................................................................................................................................. 12.95

Moscovit A. The Judgment Day Archives. A Novel. Transl. by R.Bowie. SF, Mercury House, 1998, 402 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-916515-45-1....................................................................................................................................................... 18.95

Nagibin, Yury. An Unwritten Story by Somerset Maugham. Novellas. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1988, 486 p., 4 x 6.5 in. In the series "Russian and Soviet Story". (pa) ISBN 5-05-001673-8...................................................... 7.25

The collection includes novels "Echo", "We Shall Live", "The Green Bird with the Bright Red Head", "Wanted Urgently! Gray Human Hair", "Somewhere Near the Conservatory", "The Hushed Spring", "The Outsider", "The Beautiful Horse", "Envoy from a Mysterious Land", "The River of Heraclitis", "An Unwritten Story" by  Somerset Maugham.

Nagibin, Yury. The Peak of Success and Other Stories. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1986, 409 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-88233-801-3.......................................................................................................................................................... 10.50

New Names. A Collection of  Soviet Short Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1986, 518 p. (hc., small format,  jacket)  ISBN 5-05-01131-0....................................................................................................................... 12.95

The collection includes short stories by G.Pryakhin, A.Yakhontov, M.Kizilov, Y.Shipov and others.

Nineteenth-Century Russian Plays. An Anthology. Edited, Transl., and Introduced by F.D.Reeve. NY, London, W.W.Norton & Co, 454 p. /The Norton Library/  (pa) ISBN 0-393-00683-2 .................................................................  35.00

The collection includes "The Minor" by D.Fonvizin,  "The Trouble with Reason" A.Griboyedov , "Boris Godunov" by A.Pushkin, "The Inspector General" by N.Gogol, "The Storm" by A.N.Ostrovsky, "The Power of Darkness" by L.Tolstoy.

Odoevzev, Irina. All Hope Abandon. A Novel. Transl. from French by F.K.Reed. NY, Pantheon, 282 p. (pa) no ISBN 12.00

Olesha, Yury. Envy. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1975, 115 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-88233-091-8.......... 4.50

Olesha, Yury. Envy. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1988, 175 p., 4 x 6.5 in. (pa) ISBN 5-05-001675-6............................................................................................................................................................... 4.25

Paustovsky, Konstantin. In the Heart of Russia and Other Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1986, 366 p., 4 x 6.5 in. /Russian and Soviet Story/ (pa) ISBN 5-05-000651-1........................................................................... 4.00

Paustovsky, Konstantin. The Story of a Life. Transl. from Russian. First Pantheon paperback edition, 1964, 661 p. (pa) ISBN 0-394-71014-2............................................................................................................................................. 8.95

Pelevin, Victor. Omon Ra. Transl. from Russian by A.Bromfield. First American edit. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1995, 154 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-22592-3...................................................................................................................... 21.00

Pilnyak, Boris. The Naked Year. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1975, 207 p. (pa) no ISBN......................... 5.95

Prerevolutionary Russian Science Fiction: An Anthology (Seven Utopics and a Dream). Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1982, 253 p. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-595-2......................................................................................... 6.00

Rasputin, Valentin. Money for Maria. Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1989, 269 p. (pa., small format) ISBN 5-05-002447-1............................................................................................................................................. 6.40

The collection includes stories "Money for Maria", "French Lessons", "Rudolfio", "Live and Love", "What Shall I Tell the Crow?", "Natasha".

Ratushinskaya, Irina. The Odessans. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. Hodder and Stoughton, 1988, 410 p. (pa) ISBN 0-340-66563-7................................................................................................................................................................. 15.00

Road to Victory. Twelve Tales of the Red Army by A.Beck, Vassilyi Grossman, Ilya Selvinsky, Gennady Fish and others. Transl. from Russian.  London-New York-Melbourne-Sydney, 174 p. (hc., small format) no ISBN ..................................  5.50

Roziner, Felix. A Certain Finkelmeyer. A Novel. Transl. By. M.H.Heim. First Edition. NY, London, W.W.Norton & Co., 1991, 362 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-393-02962-X................................................................................................................ 19.95

Already a classic of samizdat literature, and hailed in France as "among the greatest novels about the dissidents in Russia, "A Certain Finkelmeyer" by Felix Roziner presents a haunting portrait of the plight of a Jew and an artist during the long night of Soviet repression

Russia According to Women. A Literary Anthology. Compiled and with a Preface by M.Ledkovsky. Transl. from Russian. Hermitage Publ., 1991, 175 p., il. (pa) ISBN 1-55779-023-X..................................................................................... 9.50

The anthology includes "Memories of A.Blok" by A. Akhmatova, "My Jobs" by M. Tsvetaeva, "Don't Cry In Front of Them" by E. Ginzburg, "Under the Street Lamp" by I. Grekova, "Memories" by N.Mandelshtam, "Memories of Anna Akhmatova" by L. Chukovskaia, "Incredible" by L. Shtern, "The Many Dogs and The Dog" by B.Akhmadulina.

Saltykov-Shchedrin, Mikhail. The Golovlyov Family. Transl. from Russian. Ardis Publ., 1977, 251 p. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-210-4..................................................................................................................................................................... 12.95

Senkiewicz, Henric. Quo Vadis? A Novel. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1989, 448 p. /Continental Classics/ (pa, small format) ISBN 0-87052-846-7............................................................................................................................................. 6.95

Shaginian, Marietta. Mess-Mend. Yankees in Petrograd. Russian Thriller from the '20s. Transl. from Russian. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1991, 268 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-88233-971-0............................................................................................. 35.00

Sholokhov, Mikhail. Virgin Soil Upturned. A Novel. Book 1 (Only!). Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1990, 333 p. (hc)  ISBN 5-05-002818-3, 5-05-002819-1........................................................................................................ 10.00

Singer I.B. Shosha. A Novel. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1978, 277 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-26336-1............ 6.00

Soloukhin, Vladimir. Honey on Bread. In the series “Russian and Soviet Story.” Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1982, 374 p. (pa., small format)  no ISBN ...............................................................................................  4.00

Soviet Russian Stories of the 1960s and 1970s. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1977, 419 p. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN.................................................................................................................................................... 14.00

Strogoff S. The Russians. A Novel. Translated by C. Fitzgibbon. Preface by J. Kessel. NY, Random House,1961, 171 p. 171 (hc)  no ISBN......................................................................................................................................................... 4.00

Tendryakov, Vladimir. Three, Seven, Ace and Other Stories. Short Stories by Vladimir Tendryakov. Transl. from Russian. Harper & Row Publ., NY,  SF, London, 1962, 252 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 06-014242-1................................................. 6.95

The Barsukov Triangle, The Two-Toned Blond & Other Stories. An Anthology of Contemporary Russian Stories. Transl. from Russian. Edited by  C. R. & E. Proffer. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1984,  370 p. (pa) ISBN 0-88233-806-4.............. 10.50

Short stories by F. Abramov, N. Baranskaya, I. Grekova, F. Iskander, B. Okudzhava, E. Popov, Y. Trifonov, V. Shukshin, S. Zalygin and others.

The Penguin Book of Russian Verse. With plain prose translations of each poem. Introduced and edited by Dimitri Obolensky. Penguin Books, 1965, 475 p. A dual language book. (pa) no ISBN........................................................... 30.00

The Soviet Character. Short Stories. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1987, 253 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-001144-2............................................................................................................................................................... 13.00

Short stories by A. Tolstoy, M. Sholokhov, E. Nosov, A. Platonov, I. Katayev, B. Gorbatov, S. Antonov, F. Abramov, S. Nikitin, V. Rasputin, Y. Nagibin, V. Belov, V. Astafiev, V. Bogomolov, A. Alekhin, O. Kuvaev, V. Shukshin, N. Dumbadze.

The Wild Beach. An Anthology of Contemporary Russian Stories. Transl. from Russian. Ardis Publ., 1992, 352 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-87501-097-0............................................................................................................................................. 42.00

The collection includes short stories by Yu. Trifonov,  V. Tendryakov, L. Ulitskaya, V. Kondratiev, D. Granin, V. Pyetsukh and others.

Tolstoy, Leo. Anna Karenina. A  Novel. Transl. by C.Garnett. NY, The Modern Library, 1950, 950 p. (hc., small format) no ISBN...................................................................................................................................................................... 00.00

Tolstoy, Leo. Tales of Sevastopol. The Cossacks. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1989, 336 p. In the series "Russian Classics" (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-002449-8.............................................................................................. 15.00

Trifonov Yu. The Old Man. A  Novel. Transl. from Russian. NY, Simon & Shuster, 1980, 267 p. (pa) ISBN 0-671-25283-6............................................................................................................................................................................... 8.95

Turgenev, Ivan. Fathers and Sons. A  Novel. Transl. by B.Isaacs. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1988, 205 p., il. In the series "Russian Classics" (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-05-001677-0............................................................................................. 12.00

Turgenev, Ivan. Rudin. A Nest of the Gentry. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1985, 319 p., il. In the series "Russian Classics" (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-000024-6.............................................................................................. 13.00

Turgenev, Ivan. Selected Works. NY, The Book League of America, 300 p. (hc) no ISBN....................................... 8.00

The collection Includes novels "Fathers and Sons", "Smoke"; and two short stories.

Ulam A. The Kirov Affair. A  Novel. San Diego, New York, London, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publ., 1988, 404 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-15-147277-7............................................................................................................................................. 19.95

Vardy N. The Planet of no Return. First edition. NY, Vantage Press, 1998, 221 p. (pa) ISBN 0-533-12473-5.............. 15.95

Vardy N. Thirty Days on the Planet Thebel. First edition. NY, Vantage Press, 1996, 182 p. (pa) ISBN 0-533-
11758-5
................................................................................................................................................................. 15.95

Voinovich, Vladimir. Pretender to the Throne. The Further Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin. Transl. by R.Lourie. First printing, 1981. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1995, 358 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-2-3215-8................................... 17.95

Voinovich, Vladimir. The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin. Transl. by R.Lourie. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 316 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51752-5........................................................................... 10.95

 

Books by   JOSEPH  BRODSKY

A Part of Speech. Poems. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996, 152 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51633-2............................................................................................................................................................................... 11.00

Discovery. With Pictures by V. Radunsky. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1999,  15 p. (hc., enlarged format, jacket) ... 16.00

Marbles. A Play in Three Acts. Transl by A. Myers with the Author. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1989, 87 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-52116-6.............................................................................................................................. 11.00

Less than One. Selected Essays. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986,  501 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-18503-4... 35.00

Less than One. Selected Essays. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996,  501 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-52055-0............... 16.00

On Grief and Reason. Essays. NY,  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996, 484 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-23415-9....... 24.00

So Forth. Poems. First edition. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996, 132 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-26641-7.......... 18.00

So Forth. Poems. First Noonday edition. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1998, 132 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-26649-2................................................................................................................................................................. 11.00

Watermark. NY,  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, First edition, 1992, 135 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-14812-0................. 21.00

The same book in a paperback.................................................................................................................................. 15.00

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Brodsky J., Yeaney S., Walcott D. Homage to Robert Frost. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996,  117p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-374-52524-2.......................................................................................................................................................... 10.00

 

Books by and About  ALEKSANDR SOLZHENITSYN

August 1914. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1972,  622 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-374-10684-3............................................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Cancer Ward. A Novel. Transl. from Russian. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1994, 536 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51199-3.......................................................................................................................................................... 16.00

One Day in the Life on Ivan Denisovich. Newly transl. by. H.T.Willetts. The only English translation authorized by Solzhenitsyn. NY, The Noonday Press, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1995, 182 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-52195-6................... 13.00

Rebuilding Russia. Reflections and Tentative Proposals. Translated and annotated by A.Klimoff. First edition. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1991, 119 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-17342-7........................................................................... 14.95

The Russian Question and the Twentieth Century. Translated and annotated by Yermolai Solzhenitsyn. Including Address to the International Academy of Philosophy.  NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996, 132 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-374-25291-2....................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

Victory Celebrations. Prisoners. The Love-Girl and the Innocent. Three plays. Transl. from Russian. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986, 365 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51924-2....................................................................................... 12.95

Warning to the West. Transl. from Russian. NY, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1976, 146 p. (pa) ISBN 0-374-51334-1. 12.00

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Burg D., Feifer G. Solzhenitsyn. A Biography. NY, Stein and Day, 1972, 369 p. (pa) ISBN 0-8128-1582-3.............. 9.00

 

Art

Brody E. Paris. The Musical Kaleidoscope. 1870-1925. NY, George Braziller Inc.,  1987, 360 p.,  il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-8076-1176-X................................................................................................................................................................... 19.95

These essays were previously published in a slightly different form as "The Russians in Paris" in Malcolm Brown, Ed., Russian and Soviet Music: Essays for Boris Schwarz, published by UMI Research Press; "The Legacy of Ida Rubinstein" in The Journal of Musicology; and "The Americans in Paris" in Musical Quarterly.

Chaliapin. An Autobiography as Told to Maxim Gorky. With supplementary correspondence and notes, translated from Russian, complied and edited by Nina Froud and James Hanley. London, Macdonald, 1968, 320 p.,  il. (hc., jacket)  no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 10.00

Kuleshov, Lev. Fifty Years in Films. Selected Works. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1987, 287 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-001180-9............................................................................................................................................. 12.95

Massie S. Pavlovsk. The Life of a Russian Palace. Boston, Toronto, London, Little, Brown & Co, 1990, 394 p., il. (hc., enlarged format, jacket) ISBN 0-316-54970-3....................................................................................................................... 35.00

Norris J. The Russian Piano Concerto. Vol. 1. The Nineteenth Century. Russian Music Studies: History and Criticism.   Indiana Univ. Press, 1994, 228 p. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-253-34112-4..................................................................................... 35.00

Obraztsov, Sergei. My Profession. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1985, 326 p, il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-000450-0............................................................................................................................................................... 8.50

Peskov, Vassiliy. This is Native Land. The Old. The New. The Eternal.  A Soviet Journalist's Travels. A photograph album. Moscow, Progress Publishers, 1976, 198 p., il. (hc, enlared format) no ISBN.............................................................. 10.00

Richardson, William. Zolotoe Runo and Russian Modernism: 1905-1910. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1986, 231 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-88033-759-5....................................................................................................................................................... 27.50

Rubinstein, Arthur. My Young Years. Memoirs. NY, A.Knopf, 1973, 493 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-394-46890-2.... 15.00

(Shostakovich, Dmitriy) Fay L.E. Shostakovich. A Life. Oxford Univesity Press, 2000, 458 p., il. (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-19-513438-9............................................................................................................................................................... 35.00

Tarkovsky, Andrei. Sculpting in Time. Reflections on the Cinema. Transl. from the Russian. Austin,  Univ. of Texas Press, 1987, 354 p., il. (pa) ISBN 0-292-70437-2............................................................................................................... 22.00

The great Russian filmmaker discusses his art.

Victorov, Victor. The Natalia Sats Children's Musical Theatre. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Raduga Publ., 1986, 141 p., il.  (hc., jacket) ISBN 5-05-000683-X.......................................................................................................................... 12.95

(Vishnevskaya G.) Galina. A Russian Story. Transl. by G. Daniels. First edition. San Diego, New York, London, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publ., 1984, 519 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-15-134250-4.................................................................. 19.95

Zanker P. The Mask of Socrates. The Image of the Intellectual in Antiquity. Transl. by A.Shapiro. Univ. of California Press, 1995, 426 p. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 0-520-20105-1....................................................................................................... 45.00

 

Periodicals

Kontinent. Number 4. Contemporary Russian Writers. 23 works of Lasting Importance from Kontinent, the Russian Dissident Quarterly. NY, Avon Books, 1982, 488 p. (pa)  ISBN 0-380-81182-0......................................................................... 20.00

(Nabokov, Vladimir) Russian Literature Triquarterly (RLT). A Journal of Translation and Criticism. Number 24. Editors C.R. and E. Proffer. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 1991, 463 p., il. (pa)  no ISBN.......................................................................... 30.00

The last issue of Russian Literature Triquarterly contains Nabokov's original materials, articles on prose,  articles on poetry, and book reviews.

Russian Literature Thiquarterly (RLT). A Journal of Translation and Criticism. Number 1. Fall 1971. Editors C.R. and E. Proffer. Ann Arbor, Ardis, 455 p. il. (pa)  no ISBN...................................................................................................... 25.00

Soviet Literature. Our Contemporaries: Thirty Life Stories. A Monthly Magazine. Published by the Writers' Union of the USSR, Moscow, 1977,  # 9 (354), 192 p., il. (pa) no ISBN.................................................................................................... 2.00

 

Miscellaneous

Gamow G. One, Two, Three... Infinity. Facts and Speculations of Science. Illustrated by the Author. NY, Dover Publ., 1988, 340 p., il. (pa)  ISBN 0-486-25664-2............................................................................................................................. 7.95

Dunham W. The Mathematical Universe. An Alphabetical Journey Through the Great Proofs, Problems, and Personalities. J.Wiley & Sons, 1994,  314 p., il.  (hc., jacket) ISBN 0-471-53656-3......................................................................... 24.95

Juszczak A. Mastering Polish. Hippocrene Master Series. NY, Hippocrene Books, 1993, 320 p. (pa) ISBN 0-7818-0015-3............................................................................................................................................................................... 14.95

These imaginative courses, designed for both individual and classroom use, assume no previous knowledge of the language. The combination of practical exercises and step-by-step grammar emphasizes a functional approach to new scripts and their vocabularies.

Korshunov, Yuriy. Mathematical Methods of Cybernetics. Transl. from Russian. Moscow, Mir Publ., 1990, 400 p., il. (hc., jacket)  ISBN 5-03-001588-4................................................................................................................................. 9.00

U.S.S.R. Nagel's Encyclopedia-Guide. Fifth Edition. Nagel Publ., 1986, 1104 p, 62 p. of plans in black and white, 6 maps and plans in colour  (hc., small format, jacket, case)  ISBN 2-8263-0796-7...................................................................... 50.00

Western Tour Book. A Catalogue of Travel Information in Two Sections: 1) Where to Stop: A List of Inspected and Selected Accommodations; 2) Where to Go – What to See: A description of principal points of interest. American Automobile Association/ AAA, Washington, D.C. 1953, 368 p., ill. (pa)  no ISBN............................................................................................. 3.00

 

Books in Different Languages

 

Achmatowa A. Requiem. Nowa, 1981, 71 p. (pa)  In Polish. no ISBN...................................................................... 5.00

Ahmatowa A. Requiem. A dual language book. Transl. from Russian into Estonian. Inter-language Literary Associates. NY, Waldon Press, 1967, 77 p. (pa)  no ISBN................................................................................................................. 5.00

Eisner P. Chram I Tvrz. Kniha o Cestine. Praha, Jaroslav Podrouzek, 1993, 667 p. In Czech. (hc., 8 x 10 in. jacket) no ISBN 0-7818-0116-8....................................................................................................................................................... 15.00

(Stalin I.) Bortoli G. Mort de Staline. Paris, Éditions Robert Laffont, 1973, 311 p., il. In the French language (pa)  no ISBN............................................................................................................................................................................... 20.00